MASTERE SPECIALISE® Systems Engineering - SEN


Le Mastère Spécialisé® “Systems Engineering” forme, pour l’industrie aérospatiale internationale, des professionnels capables de définir, concevoir, déployer et entretenir des systèmes complexes. Le programme développe un système d’approche avec la capacité de gérer des activités diverses et complémentaires.

ll prépare des ingénieurs systèmes qui seront amenés à travailler dans divers secteurs : l’industrie spatiale, aéronautique, le contrôle du trafic aérien, les systèmes de transports terrestres, etc.

Ce programme permet d’obtenir un diplôme de Mastère Spécialisé® "Systems Engineering", accrédité par la Conférence des Grandes Ecoles, mais aussi la certification professionnelle "Architecte - Manager en ingénierie système (MS)" (enregistrée au RNCP sous le n°36470).


La formation est ouverte à la Validation des Acquis et de l’Expérience (VAE).

La formation est accessible aux personnes en situation de handicap (PSH).
Dans le cas où un apprenant s’est déclaré en situation de handicap, ses situations de handicap et ses besoins en compensation (moyens pédagogiques, matériels, techniques, humains,…) sont pris en compte par le Référent handicap de l’ISAE-SUPAERO en mobilisant les expertises, les outils et les réseaux nécessaires pour faciliter l’accessibilité aux locaux et aux ressources, la préparation de la certification et les épreuves d’évaluation.

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FLORIAN ROSELLI - Promotion 2020


Why did you choose ISAE-SUPAERO and apply for this MS ? What were your objectives ?

As a general engineer, my deepest ambition was to combine my great interest for space and aeronautics to my field of study and professional career. I decided to apply for the Systems Engineering (SEN) Advanced Master while I was completing my last year of engineering studies in HEI-Lille. As a prestigious school in France and Europe about aerospace training, ISAE-SUPAERO seemed the obvious choice to me. The strong international alumni network, partner universities and companies offer an excellent environment to evolve and give rise to ambitious ideas.

The SEN Advanced Master seemed to be the most relevant with my background and ambition. Indeed, I was looking to broaden my skills in system design and architecture, requirements engineering and to acquire an overview on the multiple aspects of a project. Most of all, I deeply desired to inspire from other ways of working in order to become an active part of the rise of new challenges regarding space exploration/research and aeronautics.

According to your experience, what are the strongest assets of the Advanced Master ?

First of all, I strongly believe that one the most driving force of this Advanced Master is the wealth of cultural diversity. I had the chance to meet and work with people from various countries and continents, to challenge myself with different working methods and most of all to inspire from their diversity and differences.

This Advanced Master clearly offers a high-level academic training resolutely turned towards the needs of the aerospace industry. Indeed, by combining academics approach and technical needs of field, the SEN Advanced Master offer a great coherence in a transdisciplinary way with concrete study cases and projects. Furthermore, the speaker’s diversity, expertise and passion, provide a solid basis and key competences to pursue your career and to strengthen your skills in Systems Engineering.

What are your career plans ?

I am currently working at CNES the French Space Agency, for MEDES (Space Medicine), as Human Spaceflight and Operation Engineer. I first develop projects and experiments from various universities, scientists and companies for their implementation on board the International Space Station. Then my role is to support in real time the on orbit operations realized by the astronauts.

I will most likely pursue my career in the operational field and more specifically towards Human Spaceflight to become an active part of the challenges that space exploration offers."

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